14-Year-Old Comedian Performs At Women In Comedy Festival

"I've always loved trying to turn sad moments into happy moments," Maeve Press tells Here & Now's Robin Young.
Maeve Press. (Courtesy)

Maeve Press (@MaevePresswent to summer stand-up comic camp when she was 11 years old — it didn’t go so well. Just three years later, she was performing at a women’s comedy festival.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with the young comedian about stand-up comedy, writing jokes and her inspirations.


Interview Highlights

On how she got into comedy

“I’ve always

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